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Re: Bacopa

>>I agree with Paul K. that the plant in question looks like a Bacopa
species; don't know which one.  Bacopa's are in the Scrophulariaceae
(snapdragon family) not in the mint (Lamiaceae) family, so they should not
have a minty smell.  Probably no smell unless the flower has a scent.<<

Bacopa carolinia does have a definite minty smell. In fact one of its street
names is bacopa mint. I wouldn't advise eating it though! :)

Robert Paul Hudson
Seachem, Jobes, Tropica Master Grow 500ml,
and coming soon Greenline Stump remover